The Talk ED blog is a space to help turn knowledge and real experiences into positive change, as well as sharing a range of perspectives on the issues facing those affected by eating disorders.
We review all blogs and stories submitted to us to ensure they don’t contain potentially triggering content. However, as these are personal reflections of experiences with eating disorders – and sometimes other mental health issues – posts may contain themes, topics, and descriptions that you may find difficult or upsetting to read. Please do put your own wellbeing first and if you are feeling vulnerable, scroll past, return another day, or access our support services.
Spring is finally here after what seems like a long, dark and cold Winter. Springtime is a season full of change, and here we provide some tips and strategies to support your recovery through this season.
Submitted by Ayesha Ramadan is a holy month in Islam where practicing Muslims connect with their religion by fasting from sunrise to sunset for thirty consecutive days. Many people believe the most important part of Ramadan is fasting, but it is just as important to...
Guilt and shame are common feelings in eating disorders and can lead to complicated emotions and thought patterns. Most people with an eating disorder will experience strong feelings of guilt when it comes to eating…
Every year we see a huge push in January towards ‘detoxing’, dieting and ‘getting back into shape’. If you struggle with an eating disorder, being bombarded with this type of messaging can feel triggering and uncomfortable. Here, we share some pointers to support you…
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